Gerard Way, the former lead singer of My Chemical Romance, is back with a solo album, Hesitant Alien, out September 19 under Warner Bros. The first single is "No Shows", with "Action Cat" released a few months ago. The album is still alt rock and pop punk, but it heavily incorporates Britpop and garage rock. The producer of the album is Doug McKean, who worked with Rob Cavallo, the producer of several releases of MCR. [video=youtube;FsDSIEq7O08]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsDSIEq7O08[/video] [video=youtube;Gbk72F10Vgo]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gbk72F10Vgo[/video] In an interview with Rolling Stone, Way said he idolized Britpop in his art school days, although he became depressed when got out, resulting in MCR and their signature. The album is more of a return to the desire he had in school.